DVC - Data and Voice Cabling is a Leicester based company installing Fibre Optic, Cat 5E and Category 6 Networks for business and education. As a contractor we have vast experience in the design and installation of computer network infrastructures for all sorts of organisations, from large office blocks to school classrooms we also install Data Centre cabling and we are committed to installing the best possible networks, using quality products and materials. All our network wiring installations are tested and certified to the required standard.
Network Cabling Contractor - Category 6 Cat 5E and Fibre Optics Leicester - Birmingham - Northampton - Nottingham
At Data and Voice Cabling we are committed to installing the best possible networks for all types of organizations. We carry out work for schools, colleges, small and large businesses and also work for many local government organizations. Most of our network installations are either Category 5E or Cat 6 with a fibre optic back bone for communication between the comms cabinets. Category 5E is still widely used in many installations as it supports gigabit Ethernet but some customers do prefer Cat 6 cabling as it offers more head room than Cat 5E. Category 5E network cabling supports gigabit Ethernet at 100 MHz and was designed for 1000Base-T whereas Cat 6 gives you gigabit Ethernet up to 250 MHz thus giving you more head room for data transmission. Most people install Category 6 data cabling to future proof there network. Augmented Cat 6 and Category 7 are also available but these are mainly used in data centres and computer rooms for linking servers and switches.
We install fibre optic cabling mainly to link communications cabinets together to give faster links and more data traffic between comms cabinets but it is getting more common to run fibre optics to the desk.
We also install wireless network systems to give more flexibility to users around the office or school etc. We offer a full site survey service to ensure full coverage of the wireless network making sure that access points overlap to give a seamless signal whilst moving around the building